Tropical Storm Andrea, St. Pete Beach, Florida.
That is only a few miles from my house. It was a nasty, nasty morning into early afternoon with 60 mph gusts, heavy rains, and even the occasional tornado. While it may not seem too bad, it is also very, very early in the hurricane season. Areas that get hit (or a near-miss like the above) tend to get more tropical storms/hurricanes later in the season, which runs from June 1 to November 30.
« Chapter 4 | ★ | Chapter 6 »
Suzerre was a large and sprawling city full of travelers, merchants, guards, practically anyone imaginable. It was one of the commercial hubs of Norin and as such, a train station sat at the north end of town. Day in and day out, one could hear the trains coming and going even from the temple in the desert and with the trains came different travelers and merchants. Many of the merchants congregated near the large fountain in the middle of town, their stalls set up and already by late morning, swamped with buyers. From the fountain, the city spanned out and it was made up of tall buildings that were filled with a multitude of different businesses. Unlike Barina, everything in Suzerre stood out against the surrounding land and Snowe guessed that no one could miss it in the distance. Red brick walls surrounded the back of Suzerre and kept it separate from the desert beyond (though anyone could circumvent Suzerre and walk right into the desert, Snowe doubted it would be a good idea regardless). The transport stopped at the Suzerre gates and opened for the travelers within. The guards that helped unload whatever came from Barina greeted Canan and Rhea as the priestesses led Snowe into Suzerre. Their first stop was right inside the gates at the small guard office just off to the side.
The first Screenshot Sunday since 4/28 awaits!